Sunday, April 17, 2005

White Boy, our little blind finch, seems to be doing quite well in the aviary. I was worried about him for a few days. He seemed to have no trouble locating food (I have feeders hanging all over the aviary), but I never saw him drink from the water bottles. So a couple of times a day, I would take a shallow bowl of water and nudge it up to his chest and he would usually hop up for a drink. But today I saw him drink from one of the water bottles and he also found the bird bath water which I put in the aviary each afternoon.


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